Paul Bridges, the Republican mayor of Uvalda, Georgia, is as Southern as it gets. Growing up in a small town of a few thousand people in southeast Georgia, Mr. Bridges drives a pick-up truck, keeps 15 goats on his small dairy farm and speaks with a classic Southern drawl. It just so happens that Mr. Bridges is also a passionate advocate for immigrants' rights and is one of our plaintiffs in our case against Georgia's discriminatory anti-immigrant law, the "Illegal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act," H.
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I’m sure by now you’ve heard the story of Paul Bridges, a self-described “conservative Republican mayor” who is suing the state of Georgia over HB 87. Bridges is mayor of Uvalda, a town of about 600. He wrote an opinion piece for CN... Read Post
Mayor Paul Bridges is an unlikely ally in the fight against anti-immigrant laws like Georgia's H.B. 87. A Republican leader who raises goats in Uvalda, a small town known for being the Vidalia onion capital of the south, Mr. Bridges... Read Post